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Meditation Can Do More Than Help You Relax

“Some people think that meditation takes time away from physical accomplishment.
Taken to extremes, of course, that’s true. 
Most people, however, find that meditation creates more time than it takes.”
~ Peter McWilliams

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 If you are feeling a little lost, a little stressed, or at a crossroads in your life, consider learning to meditate for the answers, or at least the ability to be at peace with where you are right now. Many people feel more than relaxed after meditation. Some feel energized, focused, or a relief from pain. Who knows what it can do for you?

Meditation Practice (#351605)
Participants will learn different forms of guided meditation including a focus on thoughts, breath, body, words or mantras with brief periods of silence woven in and a time for reflection at the end.
6 sessions, $54 at Davis Community Library
Thursdays starting 4/11, 7:00 – 8:00 pm

Meditation and Qigong for Health (#351421)
Participants will use breathing techniques along with the slow, fluid and repetitious movement of Qigong to rejuvenate your body. Guided imagery meditation will help relax your mind, while Qigong movements will stretch and energize you.
9 sessions, $108 at White Oak Community Recreation Center
Thursdays starting 4/11, 7:30 – 8:30 pm

Meditation and Qigong
This class will help you achieve a calm and serene higher awareness.. Meditation mixed with the slow, fluid movements of Qigong work through acupuncture meridians without the needles. This class is perfect for anyone who wants to try low impact movements paired with meditation.
9 sessions, $108
Tuesdays starting 4/9, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm at White Oak- #352092
Fridays starting 4/12, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm at Wisconsin Place- #352823